Machine Conspiracy came out around four years ago and Delsin has decided to give it its due penance. Machine Conspiracy is a mish-mash of dub techno, ambient, IDM, minimal techno and normal techno. Basic Channel/Chain Reaction‘s influence practically oozes out of Conforce’s tracks, especially on “Intimidation” and “Machine Conspiracy.” If you’re not familiar with dub techno (you need to be) by now, click on every word in those parentheses and peep game. Maybe you’re a loyal reader of mine and have noticed the multiple 100% Silk releases I’ve written about. Imagine if one of those guys, like Paradise 100 or Les Level, took a long ice bath on one of their Balearic Island bound yachts. If nothing else, Machine Conspiracy is fantastic for some wall fluff at a nightclub or a party you’ll host at your extravagant mansion; this is a night album, really. Check out “Machine Conspiracy” below via the YouTube video and click through the Buy Now link to preview the entire record and see what you think of it. Cheers!

The Details

Back in 2010, Boris Bunnik released his first full-length album, Machine Conspiracy, through the now defunct Meanwhile label. Delsin are re-issuing it along with Love & Hate, the EP that came at the same time and that features three tracks from the album.

Machine Conspiracy came a few years after Conforce had first emerged and was a magnificent dub, techno and electro opus that made for a complete listen from start to finish as well as offering up some key dancefloor tracks.

Showcasing the skills that have since made Conforce a household name in underground circles, the album is full of analogue invention, seriously moody atmospheres and non standard textures, patterns and feelings.

Released on CD, digitally, black vinyl and on limited transparent vinyl, this is an album every one needs in their collection.

Price $34.26



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